Bitcoin Bubble Loses Air. Think of the Children. The Perfect Game.

Intel Made Smart Glasses That Look Normal

Vaunt is the first pair of smart eyeglasses I’ve tried that doesn’t look ridiculous. They’ve proven to me that it’s possible to make a kind of AR device that I’d actually want to wear every day.


People with Depression Use Language Differently – Here’s How to Spot It

From the way you move and sleep, to how you interact with people around you, depression changes just about everything. It is even noticeable in the way you speak and express yourself in writing.


As Bitcoin Bubble Loses Air, Frauds and Flaws Rise to Surface

The biggest number of incidents have cropped up around so-called initial coin offerings, in which entrepreneurs sell custom virtual currencies to investors to raise money for software they are building. About 890 projects raised over $6 billion last year, a 6,000 percent increase over the year before.


The Perfect Game

Led by a quarterback who had almost called it quits two years ago, the Philadelphia Eagles overcame one of the best games from the best quarterback of all time. For Nick Foles—and for anyone who watched—it won’t ever get any better than Super Bowl LII.


Bob Mueller’s Investigation Is Larger—and Further Along—Than You Think

This corner of the investigation remains perhaps the most mysterious aspect of Mueller’s probe, as questions continue to swirl about the links and contacts among Russian nationals and officials and Trump campaign staff, including Carter Page, the subject of the FISA warrant that was the focus of the Nunes memo.


This Steve Jobs Quote About Focus from 21 Years Ago Is Even More Relevant for 2018

People think focus means saying yes to the thing you've got to focus on. But that's not what it means at all. It means saying no to the hundred other good ideas that there are. You have to pick carefully.


The Trouble with Tech’s “Think of the Children” Campaign

Former Facebook executives (and noted critics) Sean Parker and Chamath Palihapitiya piled on; “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains,” Parker warned, while Palihapitiya asked rhetorically, “Do I feel guilty? Absolutely I feel guilt.”


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